Administrative Law

Research Theme

ANU Law scholars seek US perspectives to ‘backlash’ against global norms

New book co-authored by ANU administrative law expert examines government liability

Professor Weeks co-authors seventh edition of landmark administrative law book

Professor Weeks co-authors chapter in book on judicial review of administrative action

Research paper by ANU Law professor, alumna analyses extrajudicial compensation

How the Open Government Partnership can usher in a new era of transparency, public trust

Outside my comfort zone: How administrative law taught me to embrace opportunities

ANU professor publishes ninth edition of 'pioneering' book on statutory interpretation

Robo-debt offers lessons for closing AI gaps in public administration

How does the Federal Court deal with findings of fact on Judicial Review of Administrative Action?

This paper begins by looking at the state of federal administrative law in Australia just before the time the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976 (Cth) was enacted and how it was then considered that courts dealt with findings of fact on judicial review.  After next considering the Court’s administrative law jurisdiction in its early years, the paper then contrasts the state of the law of federal judicial review of findings of fact in the 1970s with the state of the law 40 years later. The landscape has changed.


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